Art Petty

Art Petty is an executive and emerging leader coach and a popular leadership and management author, speaker, and workshop presenter. His experience guiding multiple software firms to positions of market leadership comes through in his books, articles, and live and online programs. You can visit Petty’s Management Excellence blog and Leadership Caffeine articles at https://artpetty.com/blog/

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How the crisis will change the way we manage forever
How the crisis will change the way we manage forever

The coronavirus pandemic will change the world in significant ways. Art Petty shares 5 management practices that are certain to change

Leaders: Here's why your change initiative is going to fail
Leaders: Here's why your change initiative is going to fail

Great ideas go nowhere if you can't get people to make the leap with you,

Want real leadership growth? Focus on strengthening as a communicator
Want real leadership growth? Focus on strengthening as a communicator

Communication really is the key to solving problems and being a leader.

How one question helps bring your leadership signature to life
How one question helps bring your leadership signature to life

What's a leadership signature, and how can it help enliven your leadership?

Great leadership occurs in moments of empathy and caring
Great leadership occurs in moments of empathy and caring

When a team and its leader aren't connecting, the way forward starts with the leader's empathy.

Leadership and the pursuit of speed for strategy execution
Leadership and the pursuit of speed for strategy execution

Strategy is about planning, but then execution is needed, and that's where speed comes into play.

Fixing strategy execution with commander's intent
Fixing strategy execution with commander's intent

Poor execution of strategy is often because of lack of clarity. A statement of commander's intent can address this.

5 priceless leadership communication lessons learned the hard way
5 priceless leadership communication lessons learned the hard way

There's a difference between hearing and truly listening. That's just one of the tough lessons of communication as a leader.